The well-stocked AMI library is an invaluable resource for members. Topics include how to cope with and recover from mental illness in yourself or a loved one, and how to manage your mental health. There are personal accounts and information on specific illnesses. We have sections for non-fiction, biographies, fiction, and books for children and teenagers.
The library holds over 600 books, from best sellers to self-help volumes and practical information. Many well-known authors writing about mental illness are represented and there is information for all interests. Our books also cover all knowledge levels, from the popular “for Dummies” series to clinical information.
The library also contains DVDs about mental illness and mental health. We have documentaries, personal stories, and instructional DVDs with practical tools and coping skills. Families can view DVDs together, a very effective way of bringing everyone up to date easily and quickly.
The library is user friendly, with a colour-coded system to help you find the subject you are seeking.
Free access to the library is one of the perks of AMI membership ($25 per year; click HERE for details). Members can borrow two items at a time for two weeks, and may renew for a further two weeks. Come visit–our office is at 5800 boul. Decarie in Montreal.
For help or more information, call Diana Verrall at 514-486-1448 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adam, David. The Man Who Couldn’t Stop.
Bloch, Jon P. The Everything Health Guide to Adult Bipolar Disorder.
Brown, Brene. I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn’t).
Doidge, Norman. The Brain’s Way of Healing.
Doka, Kenneth J. Living With Grief When Illness is Prolonged.
Fast, Julie A. and John D. Preston. Loving Someone With Bipolar Disorder 2nd Ed.
Favor Hamilton, Suzy. Fast Girl.
Fry, Stephen. The Secret Life of the Manic Depressive. (DVD)
Gold, Joel and Ian Gold. Suspicious Minds.
Goldner, Elliot M. et al. A Concise Introduction to Mental Health in Canada.
Hughes, Clara. Open Heart, Open Mind.
Leahy, Robert L. Anxiety Free.
Leahy, Robert L. The Worry Cure.
Lieberman, Jeffrey A. Shrinks: The Untold Story of Psychiatry.
Mason, Paul T. and Randi Kreger. Ces gens qui sont borderline.
Miklowitz, David J. The Bipolar Disorder Survival Guide.
Morrison, Anthony P. et al. Think You’re Crazy? Think Again.
O’Hagan, Mary. Madness Made Me.
Otto, Michael W. and Jasper A.J. Smits. Exercise for Mood and Anxiety.
Peurifoy, Reneau Z. Anxiety, Phobias, & Panic.
Smith, Daniel. Monkey Mind.
Tolin, David, Randy O. Frost and Gail Steketee. Buried in Treasures 2nd Edition.
Turkington, Douglas et al. Back to Life, Back to Normality.
Williams, Mary Beth and Soili Poijula. The PTSD Workbook.
Amador, Xavier. I Am Not Sick! I Don’t Need Help!
Amen, Daniel G. and Lisa C. Routh. Healing Anxiety and Depression.
Bottke, Allison. Setting Boundaries with your Adult Children: Six Steps to Hope and Healing for Struggling Parents.
Kreger, Randi and Paul T. Mason. Stop Walking on Eggshells: Taking Your Life Back When Someone You Care About Has Borderline Personality Disorder.
McKay, Matthew, Jeffrey C. Wood, and Jeffrey Brantley. The Dialectical Behavior Skills Workbook.
McManamy, John. Living Well With Depression and Bipolar.
Steketee, Gail and Randy O. Frost. Compulsive Hoarding and Acquiring.
Tolin, David, Randy O. Frost and Gail Steketee. Buried in Treasures.
Trudeau, Margaret. Changing My Mind.